Looking For HBCU Students To Work With HBCU Pulse!

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We’ve reached the midpoint of the year! Spring Break is around the corner and midterms week for a lot of us is in our rearview mirror. Election weeks at HBCUs around the nation are quickly passing by and SGA and Royal Courts are starting to take form! HBCU Pulse is committed to being the heart of HBCU Life and being the outlet that represents HBCU Students and our collective interests. So, we’re opening up applications to join the HBCU Pulse team.

HBCU Pulse recently recognized as an accredited LLC by the Secretary of State’s office for Georgia and has a business license. We also tens of thousands of HBCU students daily with our posts. This opportunity to join the team is a resume builder and even a way to create a job for yourself in the future. HBCU Pulse aims to build a team of the best and brightest writers and personalities in the HBCU world so we can use this outlet to collectively build our names and brand. So, we made a page where you can apply to be a part of our team and also apply to do an IG Takeover!

All of these positions at this point don’t have a set salary. However, money can be made through whole-selling “A Queen’s Pain” and other HBCU Pulse products.

Here’s the positions that we’re looking for!

  • HBCU Pulse King/Queen Ambassador

An HBCU Pulse King/Queen Ambassador is the official representation of HBCU Pulse for your institution’s Royal Court. The King/Queen ambassador helps us in servicing the media needs of their institution and coming up with article, video and/or social media content that reflects their experience and the student life at their institutions. HBCU Pulse in-turn will support their platform and initiatives and allow the King/Queen ambassadors to take over the HBCU Pulse page as necessary.

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    • Must be a King/Queen for the 2019-2020 school year
    • Must be in good standing with their university at all times during their reign
    • Must be consistent
    • Must be a good communicator
    • Must answer text messages/phone calls/DMs from HBCU Pulse
    • Must have great social media and presentation skills
  • HBCU Pulse Ambassador

An HBCU Pulse Ambassador is the direct point-of-contact for Randall Barnes & HBCU Pulse at your HBCU. As an Ambassador you’d spread the word about HBCU Pulse through your social media platforms, take over HBCU Pulse social media within agreed upon parameters and agreed upon times, secure partnerships between organizations on and off-campus on behalf of HBCU Pulse, coordinate possible events at your HBCU and in the community in promotion of HBCU Pulse ventures, support in sales, marketing of HBCU Pulse merchandise (apparel, “Queen” book series, “Election Season”) and represent on/off campus and on social media.

    • Must be in good standing with their university
    • Must be consistent
    • Must be a good communicator
    • Must answer text messages/phone calls/DMs from HBCU Pulse
    • Must have great social media and presentation skills
  • HBCU Pulse Videographer

A HBCU Pulse videographer provides video content from their HBCUs to put on our social media outlets

    • Must be in good standing with their university at all times
    • Must be consistent
    • Must be a good communicator
    • Must know how to edit proficiently
    • Must know how to shoot stable video
    • Must know how to use Adobe Creative Cloud
    • Must answer text messages/phone calls/DMs from HBCU Pulse
    • Must have great social media, marketing and presentation skills
  • HBCU Pulse Writer

An HBCU Pulse writer is the lifeblood of hbcupulse.com. They write daily and weekly content about HBCU and millennial life that connects to our audience.

    • Must be proficient in writing
    • Must be in good standing with their university at all times
    • Must be consistent
    • Must be a good communicator
    • Must answer text messages/phone calls/DMs from HBCU Pulse
    • Must have great social media and presentation skills
  • HBCU Pulse Executive Assistant

The HBCU Pulse Executive Assistant is the second in command for HBCU Pulse. This person acts as the representative of HBCU Pulse on and off social media at their respective HBCU and around the nation. The Pulse EA would reach out to prospective sources/students/personalities, coordinate marketing/social media posting schedules, work with Randall Barnes (founder of HBCU Pulse) on a creative direction for HBCU Pulse and assist with any other tasks that HBCU Pulse needs.

    • Must be in good standing with their university
    • Must be consistent
    • Must be trustworthy and dependable
    • Must be a good communicator
    • Must be creative
    • Must answer text messages/phone calls/DMs from HBCU Pulse
    • Must have great social media and presentation skills

HBCU Pulse Team Application

 

HBCU Pulse Instagram Takeover Application

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